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      Rooks, Dana; Bailey, Charles W., Jr. (University Libraries, University of Houston, 1990)
    • Paige Quiñones 

      Quiñones, Paige (2017-09-20)
      Paige Quiñones received her MFA from the Ohio State University, where she was a poetry editor for The Journal. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Barrow Street, Juked, McSweeney’s, Muzzle Magazine, Quarterly West, ...
    • Pain-contingent interruption and resumption of work goals: A within-day diary analysis 

      Okun, Morris A.; Karoly, Paul; Mun, Chung Jung; Kim, Han Joe (The Journal of Pain, 1/1/2017)
      Daily pain-related attributions for and negative affective reactions to the non-pursuit of work goals and individual differences in chronic pain severity and stress were used to predict work goal resumption in a sample of ...
    • Pain-related Anxiety and Smoking Outcomes: The Explanatory Role of Dysphoria 

      Smit, Tanya (2018-12)
      Scientific evidence suggests that pain-related anxiety may contribute to the maintenance of tobacco addiction among smokers with varying levels of pain. Yet, no work has investigated the relation between pain-related anxiety ...
    • Pain-related Anxiety and Smoking Processes: The Explanatory Role of Dysphoria 

      Smit, Tanya (2018)
      Scientific evidence suggests that pain-related anxiety may contribute to the maintenance of tobacco addiction among smokers with varying levels of pain. Yet, no work has investigated the relation between pain-related anxiety ...
    • Paired Associate Learning Tasks and their Contribution to Reading Skills 

      Mourgues, Catalina V.; Tan, Mei; Hein, Sascha D.; Ojanen, Emma; Reich, Jodi; Lyytinen, Heikki; Grigorenko, Elena L. (Learning and Individual Differences, 1/1/2017)
      Associative learning has been identified as one of several non-linguistic processes involved in reading acquisition. However, it has not been established whether it is an independent process that contributes to reading ...
    • Paper-based Test for Low-cost Diagnosis of Sickle Cell Anemia 

      Lezzar, Dalia; Shevkoplyas, Sergey S. (2017)
    • Paradigms Found in Reunification Research 

      Walsh, Matthew A. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2016)
      When children are removed from their parents by the child welfare system, reunification is almost always the initial goal and is actually the most likely scenario (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [USDHHS], ...
    • Parallel Self-Assembly of Polyominoes Under Uniform Control Inputs 

      Manzoor, Sheryl; Sheckman, Samuel; Lonsford, Jarrett; Kim, Hoyeon; Kim, Min Jun; Becker, Aaron T. (IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 6/15/2017)
      We present fundamental progress on parallel self-assembly using large swarms of microscale particles in complex environments, controlled not by individual navigation, but by a uniform, global, external force with the same ...
    • Parent-Adolescent Attachment Patterns in Inpatient Adolescents with Comorbid Borderline Personality Disorder and Substance Use 

      Saubon, Frances (2020-05)
      Although Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is often comorbid with substance use (SU), both have been associated with unique attachment strategies. BPD is associated with preoccupation and disorganization while SU is ...
    • Parent-Adolescent Concordance in Borderline Pathology and Why It Matters 

      Wall, Kiana; Ahmed, Yusra; Sharp, Carla (2017)
    • Parental Gestures and Their Role During Social Interactions with Deaf, Autistic and Typically Developing Children 

      Arif, Zainab (2018)
      The study aimed to understand how parental gestures are used and guide children’s attention by observing social interaction. The study specifically focused on parental gesture use and child’s gaze allocation of three ...
    • Paris: The Great Flood of 1910 

      Chambless, Sara (2017)
    • Parks + Park Systems: Boston 

      Garcia, Juan; Maloney, Natasha (2018)
      Public park systems are one of the great urban frameworks for daily life and city development. Memorial Park Conservancy sponsored student research into the park systems of Great American Cities like Boston, Massachusetts ...
    • Parks + Park Systems: New York City 

      Diaz, Maria; Portocarrero, Stefani (2018)
      The Borough of Manhattan is part of one of the best functioning cities in the United States; through this research we intend to further our understanding of how the parks and parkways improve the city and the lives of its ...
    • Parks + Park Systems: San Francisco 

      Liu, Richard; Solis, Roberto (2018)
      Research concerning how San Francisco parks are used and were developed. Conservation and renovation efforts are highlighted to show how these parks have become popular and successful.
    • Parks + Park Systems: St. Louis 

      Cuvelier, Ariana; Trejo, Cristina (2018)
      Public park systems are one of the great urban frameworks for daily life and city development. Memorial Park Conservancy sponsored student research into the park systems of Great American Cities like St. Louis, MO to ...
    • Particle Computation: Complexity, Algorithms, and Logic 

      Becker, Aaron T.; Demaine, Erik D.; Fekete, Sándor P.; Lonsford, Jarrett; Morris-Wright, Rose (Natural Computing, 12/8/2017)
      We investigate algorithmic control of a large swarm of mobile particles (such as robots, sensors, or building material) that move in a 2D workspace using a global input signal (such as gravity or a magnetic field). Upon ...
    • Partners and Proposal Readiness 

      O'Toole, Erin (2018-07-20)
      Subject librarians at the University of North Texas have partnered with the graduate school and teaching faculty to prepare STEM students for a major milestone in the graduate life cycle – writing the dissertation or ...
    • Passive Abuse: A Conceptual Framework for Attachment Theory and Adolescents 

      Baldridge, Stephen N. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2007)
      The link between attachment, parental involvement and childhood behavioral outcomes has been studied at length, specifically as it relates to adjustment and success later in life. Due to the implications that early ...